How can i choose the rotating path/circle center easily?
How can i make .gif or .avi of output images of turntable fauture?
I used "GIF Movie Gear". That works great. There is no watermark I see even on trial mode. You can directly use your output images from Keyshot. Choose 7 (one hundreth) for timing and give it a go. Your gif may not work on your computer, however, looks great on this site. If your gif doesn't turn, on your pc, "You Are Not Failed". That killed my 2 hours with almost crying!" Just upload it, it wil work on the site.
You gotta have one turntable rendering before Keyshot 3 comes. This feature won't be the best forever!
Got it :)))
and it is impressive.
here is an example
after you got all your frames you can use this site to create a animated GIF image.
upload your images (frames), choose the speed and you are done.
the most easy way to make gif is to use free software GIMP. all turntable jpg images from rendering software "open as layers" and then just "save as" gif. that is all, nothing more. no frame limits, work faster then anything online and you do not have to upload anything anywhere :)
Thank you for your answer Ivan. Someone suggested me GIMP on another topic too.. I haven't had a chance to try it. Will do it soon :)
You can check Gif Movie Gear. You can try it 30 day for free and without watermarks.
On that software; you just select your frames and choose your timing. Save as .gif.
Worths to try it ;)
I don't know about choosing the rotation as I am just trying it myself right now Cemal with the turntable in Keyshot..... I am sure you would use something like Windows movie maker to put the Jpegs, gifs in and then it will convert to AVI....
I will let you know if it works tomorrow.
Moviemaker converts to .wmv. I'm now looking for a freeware like Total Video Converter to convert it. TVC is not freeware.
In addition: I think there is no direct way to choose rotation. Moving object on Keyshot or Solidworks may work.
hey guys u r all proffessional animators thx for ur useful comments.
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